This morning I’m trying to find some different ideas for writing. In the distant past when I was blogging daily I would try to keep a list of things that I would think of throughout the day that were potential points of interest for blog posts.
In this day and age such a list should be super easy to make and keep, but for some reason I keep forgetting to actually write things down as I think about them. So… I’m doing some brainstorming this morning to put some things on my list of “potential blog post topics.”
A little tip for you. If you use “the Google ecosystem” they have a great app called “Google Keep.” I use it to keep little notes that I would have written on sticky notes in the past. It’s really quite brilliant. Google Keep is where I’ll be keeping my brainstorming list.
Note: At least a few of these are coming to me as a reaction to some story/blog post that I’m reading in my Feedly subscription list. My areas of interest aren’t too many, but within those areas of interest I am exposed to a lot of fascinating things, at least I’m fascinated by them.
What do you want to do/be when you grow up?
Image compression. The huge image vs the tiny image.
The selfie state of the world. Why pride is killing the human race.
Adapting lenses to the Sony a6300. Everything old is new again.
What it would look like if I was to blog like it was my job.
Why I think content marketers should care less about SEO and just make great content.
How to create, upload and post a video using the things you have.
List posts. Best kind of content ever? Or worst kind of content ever?
Using filters on the camera lens vs “doing everything” in post production.
The Sony a6300 a review from a human. Video/Photo
If the airplane you were on was going down. You have 5 minutes. What would you do in those 5 minutes? (This thought was brought about because of the EgyptAir Airbus going down in the Mediterranean. I mean no disrespect and am incredibly saddened by the loss of life.)
My 5 favorite Google Chrome Extensions.
Why you should brainstorm every single day.
What’s up with snap chat?
And now I have list of ideas.
Of course just because it is on the list doesn’t mean I’ll actually write about it, but tomorrow morning when I sit down to write I’ll at least have some things to consider writing about.